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  • herpa2003
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    Originally posted by uy707
    A good set of just punishment for the young lad and his parents

    - US citizenship revoked and offered to people who values the luck of being American such as Colin and I.
    - Deportation to North Korea, just to learn things the hard way
    1 / residency in one of those high rise half completed buildings dotting Pyong Yang, off course at the top floors still waiting for water and electricity.
    2 / go shopping to a specified state-owned department store, the shelves of which are desperately empty.
    3 / shop on rations duly recorded in the ration booklet
    4 / be barred for the hidden part of the store, accessible only with hard currencies
    list goes on.

    Should he would have been my son, he would not behave that way twice, because once back home I would have given him one of those African/Jesuit/Marist hidings he would be unable to sit down again for a week.

    Alain
    Agree 100% Alain. I can understand it if a non-citizen refuses to stand for the pledge, but if a US, Canadian, French, etc. citizen refuses to stand for their own national anthem or pledge of alliegence, they need to be deported.

    Vive le France!

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  • Genessee
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    Originally posted by uy707
    - US citizenship revoked and offered to people who values the luck of being American such as Colin and I.
    - Deportation to North Korea, just to learn things the hard way
    1 / residency in one of those high rise half completed buildings dotting Pyong Yang, off course at the top floors still waiting for water and electricity.
    2 / go shopping to a specified state-owned department store, the shelves of which are desperately empty.
    3 / shop on rations duly recorded in the ration booklet
    4 / be barred for the hidden part of the store, accessible only with hard currencies
    My next vacation is planned!

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  • uy707
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    A good set of just punishment for the young lad and his parents

    - US citizenship revoked and offered to people who values the luck of being American such as Colin and I.
    - Deportation to North Korea, just to learn things the hard way
    1 / residency in one of those high rise half completed buildings dotting Pyong Yang, off course at the top floors still waiting for water and electricity.
    2 / go shopping to a specified state-owned department store, the shelves of which are desperately empty.
    3 / shop on rations duly recorded in the ration booklet
    4 / be barred for the hidden part of the store, accessible only with hard currencies
    list goes on.

    Should he would have been my son, he would not behave that way twice, because once back home I would have given him one of those African/Jesuit/Marist hidings he would be unable to sit down again for a week.

    Alain

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  • ACman
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    Originally posted by ptbodale
    I didn't get a chance to see the video, however I volunteer in my daughters school. Many of the problems in school are a result of idiot parents who a) think little Joey or Debbie can do no wrong, so do not try to discipline them, b) don't have the backbone to tell their kids "No", c) don't discipline their kids at home nor teach them manners and d) TV programmes that show kids as "know it all's" and parent, teachers or any other authority figure as idiots and dolts.

    It is all about respect.
    True, my aunt who realy high up in the HRSB say parents dont belive there kids doing wrong (drugs, sex, smoking, drinking ect...) till the day they die.

    What the teacher is doing is abusvie. Kids will push there limits when someones mad (teacher) just try to push more and more and more and more until there screwed. So simple, we have all had the same experience, trying to test there boundries.

    Theres two things here:
    1. His class is a pack of idiots and these people are like that everyday. (still, thats no excuse for this.
    2. hes just an ass (most logical).
    3. Not getting enough sex.

    Thats just abusive. Abusive. He doesnt have to yell like that over a friggin anthem. Abusive.

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  • Greg
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    You don't have to say the pledge. The teacher was out of bounds. there's a kid in one of my classes who doesn't stand, but he's a Russian citizen...

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  • avro_arrow_25206
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    Originally posted by uy707
    Too bad, they can't do, they don't have guts enough to go this far. The rulers which occasionally whacked my fingers were made of iron. Be sure, it was a good motivation in working good, just to avoid the whacking.

    Alain
    Hey Alain, I think mine was made of wood (not as bad as iron lol) and I've only gotten that once, because well, I'm smart! No just kidding... I'm struggling in university now

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  • Crunk415balla
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    thats nothing. My chem teacher is a small, homosexual chinese man who acts agressive to cope for his differances, and if u piss him off he'll shove u or cuss u out. Hes hella cool lol, if he likes you. Cuz then u can do w/e u want in there. I just listen to my ipod and draw the whole class period

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  • uy707
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    Originally posted by ptbodale
    I didn't get a chance to see the video, however I volunteer in my daughters school. Many of the problems in school are a result of idiot parents who a) think little Joey or Debbie can do no wrong, so do not try to discipline them, b) don't have the backbone to tell their kids "No", c) don't discipline their kids at home nor teach them manners and d) TV programmes that show kids as "know it all's" and parent, teachers or any other authority figure as idiots and dolts.

    It is all about respect.
    You sure bet, alas, in our country of luxury j*rks we can't do anything or else for instance get to the court under the charge of racism. I would have loved to see this one enacted and applicable at once
    - sanction the faulty and unable parents by hitting the regular source of income : the social benefits. No pity. And yes, the number of children allowed should be indexed to real income, it's harsh, but it may be efficient enough to avoid more snappers, pests, rascals, (in french : petits-merdeux) who spend their school holiday time in gangs loafing in shopping-malls instead of doing their homeworks.
    Alain

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  • uy707
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    Originally posted by avro_arrow_25206
    I remember back in the days when I was in Hong Kong, everyine who failed a spelling quiz would line up in front of the teacher's desk to get whacked by a ruler... those were the days

    Actually I don't even think they allow this over there now

    EDIT: Post #100!
    Too bad, they can't do, they don't have guts enough to go this far. The rulers which occasionally whacked my fingers were made of iron. Be sure, it was a good motivation in working good, just to avoid the whacking.

    Alain

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  • uy707
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    Originally posted by DeltaASA16
    I hate highschool kids that think they have every right in the world, and they can go and smear it in their teachers face. the have no respect for the teacher. Its all red tape and politics these days, what happened to the good ole days when teachers could pattle students?
    So do I

    Alain

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  • Leftseat86
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    Originally posted by screaming_emu
    that does kinda look like Clovis and Adam
    Werd...hes my slave.

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  • screaming_emu
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    Originally posted by BA747-436
    Mmmmkay...

    that does kinda look like Clovis and Adam

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  • BA747-436
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    Mmmmkay...

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  • Leftseat86
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    Originally posted by screaming_emu
    watch out, he'd enjoy that

    So would I.

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  • Sam at MAN
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    U think that's bad you want to see my school!(im talking about the kids)

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